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is the editor in chief. the co-founder and senior community manager of oakland local, a nonprofit media that promotes public discourse on issues. in the front row is a media analyst, who publishes an was a key developer of the mercury center. next to him is an assistant professor of broadcast and electronic media at san francisco state university. next is the managing editor for local news at -- i'm sorry. he is not at yahoo!, right. he is editor-in-chief of patch.com, a division of aol that provides news to specific communities. very local. after him, we have the managing director for local news at yahoo.com, guiding the company's local coverage nationwide. last but not least is the senator who represents san francisco and san mateo counties, and he is the recipient of spj's freedom of information award in 2010. that is our panel. back to you, rose. >> before we start, i want to get a sense of who we have in the audience. how many of you currently work in the media? lots. how many of you used to work in the media? how many of you want to work in the media? ok, good. that will give us a
>> to an afternoon, and welcome to the july 27, 2012 meeting of the local agency formation for the city and county of san francisco. my name is david campos, and i am the chair of the commission. we want to thank sfgtv staffer covering the meeting today. carolyn and jesse. madam clerk, please take roll- call. >> commissioner of a los, absent. supervisor campos, present. supervisor olague, present. chairperson schmeltzer, present. chairperson pimentel, present. we do have a quorum. supervisor campos: thank you very much. please call item number two. >> item two, approval of the lafco minutes from the june 15, 2012 special meeting. supervisor campos: colleagues, we have before us the minutes of the june 15, 2012 meeting. i like to open it up to any member of the public who would like to speak on this item. seeing none, public comment is closed. if we could please take a motion. motion by commissioner schmeltzer. second by commissioner olague de. we can take that without objection. madam clerk, please call item three. >> item 3, community choice aggregation activities report.
are actually seeing of the local level is something even more exciting than that. as newspapers have become challenged, and we have seen, sadly, the destruction of capabilities of newspaper and local television stations and other media in the local arena, we are seeing a new layer journalism being created at the local level. some startups such as the "bases and close " in san francisco, "texas tribune" out in texas -- there have been others that attended some similar things -- are starting to use a digital- only medium to provide a layer of local coverage. after that, the other positive things that i see our outfits like -- are outfits like patch and yahoo!, which is looking to create semi-pro or citizen journalism to take place, a new layer, stuff that was not covered at all before. observational community-oriented journalism. things that might have been restricted to an e-mail newsletter or in the distant past, some kind of mimeograph letter. those are positive changes to journalism, and they are happening at the local level. >> speaking of local, how many here have heard up hatch -- hear
here locally. i'm also excited to see all of you here in part because some of you know, i'm one member of the board that doesn't have a car, that rides my bicycle many days of the week -- [applause] >> and like all of you, i think we are remarkably excited about the fact that the bike plan is moving forward, the fact that today is the start of the trial on market street, the fact that we are really moving our city's biking agenda forward. and i think with those of our friends from europe, we all want to take this to the next level and figure out what are the best ideas that we can adopt from the great cities around the world. we know that in recent years, i think san francisco with the help of our community advocates from the bike coalition and other advocates were really trying to bike strong and bike hard into the wind and i think finally the wind is at our back. we need the best ideas from around the world to move our great city forward. so welcome to our friends from europe. again, thank you for all of you here in san francisco that care passionately about this and i look forward t
is about an important component created to address the homelessness issue. the local operating subsidy program, which is an operating subsidy granted to affordable housing providers who house and provide services to formerly homeless persons and families. the definition of chronically homeless has evolved over the years. moh, along with human services agency and the department of public health use the following definition -- homeless includes any individual or family living on the streets or in abandoned buildings, living in emergency or domestic violence shelters, other emergency and transient situations, hospitals or for the programs, institutions, transitional and/or substance abuse treatment programs, as well as those at imminent risk of eviction. the report identifies the chronically homeless population has that segment of the homeless population that consumes most of the annual homeless budget comprised of city, state, and federal resources. it also went on to state that permanent supportive housing, where housing and services are linked, have been proven to be the most effective
sure that the team knew you wanted local hiring. want covered but, you gave the directive the team want wanted to treat it as such, community works to together. i don't know if you know this, but, we tracked the outcome, and watched the local partation,. 26% local residents. thou, it's at 30 two then, harrington said you just passed 40%. and 42%. there's so many roles there, you helped build a community, put pages back into the hands of local workers. it was a great way for community and labor to work together. that's something i think act a lot every time i walk by that building. you helped us get through that critical year, it came as a critical moment. so, when i walked in the door, i thought, thkds be something to talk about at a potential meeting. we talked about it last night, maybe learn from the puc. get the joints meeting happening. about local hiring. environmental initiatives, i think our clerks are talking, and waiting for direction. tmds be great to talk about. how you made local hire works, created good jobs, careers. we heard from j top, that might be something to lear
depressed local housing industry. to that end, the mayor convened the big tent working group of all housing trust stakeholders. large-scale developers, non- profits, local, indigenous, medium to small builders -- in short, it covers and a representative group of stakeholders from across the industry spectrum -- they joined together to make common cause, and the impetus for that was a common calamity. a prolonged and severe economic depression in san francisco put the construction industry. this economic disaster was exacerbated by the burdensome public policies, including the legislation that was wholly unsuited in the aftermath of an economic downturn. emblematic of that was the legislation been crafted for five to nine unit projects and inclusion very -- inclusionary requirements. i ask that you ta the testimonyt characterizes this as a concession to achieve consensus. it would mean a part of the housing trust fund working groups unanimous an unending commitment to a shared objective to be more fully realized in this fall's election. commissioner fong: i have a number of speaker cards. fo
-scale counterparts, they employed locally, pickaxes locally, support local supply companies and higher local tradesmen. they spend their money in local restaurants and grocery stores and send their children to local schools. they are part of the fabric of the city. -- support local supply companies and higher -- hire local tradesmen. the small to medium-sized builder is seldom perceived or treated with the same measure of support as small businesses. part of the american dream is to prosper, to climb the ladder, and at cheap. in the construction industry, people start out working for someone else on a job site. after winning their trade or skills, might move on to remodeling jobs. the five to nine projects are a crucial part of this latter, and by impacting this category, you are taking a critical wrong out of the latter, thereby prohibiting advancement in the construction field -- you're taking a critical rung out of the ladder. thank you very much. >> good afternoon, commissioners. i am kevin birmingham. i am a realtor, but more importantly, i am a native san franciscan. i have watched man
studies under way to have the bailout -- ability to do local builder out sooner. the $6 million is all contingent upon the program getting under way. it is before the board of supervisors. minders getting is that the items are up for consideration -- my understanding is that the items are up for consideration on the 12th. they could be a proving that legislation by the end of september. there is also regulatory update. do not have much to their that is very exciting -- i do not have much there that is very exciting. supervisor campos: i knelow commissioner shmeltzer had a question. commissioner shmeltzer: it was put together to review documents that were to be produced for the program by of local power. the last three or four meetings have been canceled. my understanding is there has been no work product submitted in several months. could you clarify that? >> the next set of deliverable that are due from local power on their time line is a financial model that would demonstrate the cost effectiveness of the various types of programs and proposals they think could help the program achie
of vandalism against local businesses that are simply trying to survive. many of the people that were impacted are family-owned businesses that are simply struggling to stay afloat and that is simply not a proper way to express any kind of frustration, so, again, we look forward to continuing to work with our agencies and community partners and i want to thank everyone involved for the work that's been done in the last few days. >> thank you, supervisor campos, supervisor mar? >> thank you, madam clerk. i have a couple of items, the first one is regarding a new piece of legislation i'm introducing today, i've spent the past three and a half years to protect our small business sector, i've been addressing the potential threat posed by large retail on our smaller neighborhood businesses and we've held hearings at the land use committee and i've passed legislation to address these concerns but for the past few months, i have been working with a brand no coalition community and small business owners some of whom i think were here earlier to create policy solutions to the problems created by the pr
of activity and vandalism for local businesses simply trying to survive struggling to stay /a float and that's simply not a proper way to express any kind of frustration so again we look look forward to looking with the agencies community partners and i want to thank everybody involved with the work that's been done over the last few days. >> thank you supervisor compos. >> the first one regarding a new piece of legislation i'm introducing today. one of my main concerns as supervisor has been addressing a potential threat by the influx of retail businesses on our smaller neighborhood businesses and we've held hearings and i've passed legislation to address these concerns but for the past few months i've been working with advocates and small business owners some here earlier to help create solutions to problems created we call this package good jobs and healthy communities and we introduced today the first piece of our legislative packet which will establish a healthy food retailer incentive program and help with the incentive and assistance programs for healthy food retailers and also addres
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and neighborhoods across the country, if something çhappens, there is usually a local business that knows the family and been dealing with for a while and says that will help them out in some way or another. i remember last year i was traveling in the floods of north dakota. there was a family i was talking to at one of the shelters who lost their home. he said the one good thing was he did not lose his car. he had sent it to the shop the day before. the shop where it was getting fixed was not affected by the floods. then he said he went back yesterday to pick up my car. as he picked up hisç car, the y said it is ok. he showed me the bill. it was like $800 bill for repairs. it said "paid in fullñr." he said take care of yourself in your family. he picked up the tab, a small- business garage. that happened every day on small scales and now on larger scales. the ndrf is giving us the framework to take what people are doing it expanded to bring together the businesses that may not know the individual but billy to other -- may not know the individual but know each other and know how to bri
of how that is defined. >> have another question? >> i am a local free-lance journalist here. a couple of years ago, i had a friend. we were trying to figure out the feasibility of starting a nonprofit journalism in denver, and i remember coming across this corporate structure that i believe vermont, maybe one other state, uses in the country, but it is called a low profit limited liability company, and it is a structure that is meant to allow for profit but also to allow for tax-exempt status for donations. i found it really interesting. i found it surprising that other states did not have a similar model. this could also be a model to help budding companies in the future by allowing them more flexibility in how they acquire financing. i'm curious how many of you on the panel are familiar with this type of model and also, i guess this would be directed towards beye -- senator yee, how difficult it would be to bring this model to california. thank you. >> relative to establishing a new financial instrument or a new financial business, it is possible -- i think the question is what is t
of capacities and now i consider him -- and local 261, the closest of partners at the recreation and parks. vince is a fierce advocate for what is right, he's a fierce advocate for social justice, but he's also able to keep his eye on really the big picture. and vince is someone who is focused on accountability. he's focused on making sure that government delivers the services that we promise the public. and i very much respect him about that. and he brings that to every issue that we have at the recreation and parks department together. he is innovative. through vince's leadership and 261's leadership we have the first statewide gardener apprenticeship program in california. he is very much focused on water conservation, and helping rec and park deal with a very antiquated aging, crumbling, irrigation system. he is a great partner and a great public servant. and has helped foster the hardest -- one of the hardest working staffs in city government. so i'm very proud to support him for this position. >> chair kim: thank you, mr. ginsberg. >> good afternoon, supervisors. i'm here for both vi
. they couldn't agree on a joint statement. >>> u.s. forces stationed in afghanistan are suspending local police training in order to perform background checks. the move followed a series of deadly insider attacks. our bureau in bangkok has the details. >> 1,000 new afghan police recruits are in limbo as the u.s. halts training. trainees account for only a small fraction of all of the security forces in the country, the move follows a spike in insider attacks, which are undermining trust between the allies. coalition forces are the target of violence carried out by the afghan counter parts or those impercent thatisonating them. the suspension followes a series of what has become known as green on blue attacks. as many as 45 international troops in afghanistan have be killed in attacks this year alone. on sunday the u.s. forces confirmed they will confirm attacks for at left a month, training of around 1,000 new afghan police recruits. >> the reason for this was to allow for an inkrensive revetting process to take place for the already 16 hours and current members of the afghan local police. >> t
are not able to put local preferences or hiring goals on our contracts. but we do have a small business program, and if you do have an l.b.a. certification, you are considered a small business in our program. that is one of several certifications we accept. overall, all of our contracting, over 30% of our contracts and subcontracts have been going to small businesses. so we are looking to seeing that number grow. i am going to turn it over, i believe, to virginia, and i will be available for questions during the q & a. [applause] >> hi. good afternoon. i am virginia harmon, and i am here on behalf of our director of transportation, ed risken. as most of you are aware, the transportation agency is the seventh largest transit agency in the country. therefore, there are a significant number of opportunities on our contracts and the employment opportunities associated with those contracts as well. >> i'm sure most of you are aware that we are currently bidding and working on the central subway project. that is an exciting opportunity for small businesses. to date we have also exceeded 30% participa
was droid -- was destroyed. because there was a plan and quick action, the locality had a plan. the businesses decided to stay. with that, jobs stayed. people stayed. with that, people had hopeç. the workers, the community because we, not just government, the whole community came together. as much as anything else we do, all this work gives people hope and makes a difference. you are going to hear from a lot of different people today. i am going to step out and come up -- back. if you do not know some people, take the opportunity toç get to know othersç outside of your aa of comfort. take that time. you make a difference. people in this room make a huge difference. for the work you do each and every day, thank you. thank you for what you do, because you truly make a difference in people's lives. ççthanks. [applause] we will get more information on that as we get to the launch itself. i would like to move on to the next part of the agenda. we're going to have some detailed discussions of the framework. i would like to introduce the deputy associate administrator for th
, state, local? that is a lot of view? anyone here from the private sector? awesome. do we have any voluntary agencies? great. any citizens? everybody is a citizen, obviously. [laughter] any aliens? [laughter] çit is key that we are all here together to interact. when it comes to recovery, it is neighbors helping neighbors. we're there to support. the local and state governments and federal government. we do not come in and take over. that is what is key when we look at this and how it really is the whole community. i want to point out the other agencies that leadçç the recoy support function and looking at all ofç the agencies that have participated. çto bring in the whole entire federal family. that is one of the things i found most frustrating three years ago when i came to be in fema and looking across the ñrwhole inter-agency. çatñr the state level, we were always callingç trying to shop around to find out how we could get more resources because there is so much more out there other than the stafford act. that is what we think about when weç think about recove
that will result in a reduction of local government spending during the period. so essentially you have an economic reduction associated with higher electricity prices. you have an economic gain associated with the local energy efficiency and other program commitments and second contraction associated with local government spending. to get to the bottom line in terms of what that means for the economy we believe the electricity cost also be in the neighborhood of 13 million. again, supervisor, that is in reference to the $18 number. if that jumps by 50% it is reasonable to think this number will jump by around 50% as well. the 4.3 million annual reduction in government spending, that comes from the security payments and the program costs, that would not change regardless of what the final rates would be. then the benefits coming from the $6 million spending on profession services, energy efficiency and go solar sfs would be benefits. according to our modeling this represents a less of 95 million jobs annually and reduction in the city's economy about $8 million during the four and a half years of t
of all that you do has an impact on our job situation and local economy, and to highlight all of the great work that we can do together to ensure that the sectors that you all represent, the sectors that you work for, that you employ people for connaught is one of the greatest sectors in san francisco. i hope we will take the opportunity of the america's cup to showcase our clubs, our restaurants, our nightlife events. as someone who represents the broadaway neighborhood, an area of town that i used to spend a lot of time in when i was in my 20's -- but actually, very few locals take the time to head to the beach on broadway. our neighborhoods are coming together to say that broadway is open to the rest of the world as well as san francisco. i want to put san francisco back on the map when it comes to music. to make sure that we have the type of entertainment that we used to be renowned for. and those of you that work in our bars and clubs, i want to make sure that we are trading the kind of destinations that we look forward to spending time with you. i know on behalf of my co
from san francisco, while most of the beer and wine were locally sourced." it is really nice to see the recognition with that aspect of the festival. highlights this year -- always the music, but i think for me, stevie wonder ending the festival was really a joyous and sublime event in the park. people singing and dancing along with stevie wonder. everyone who left the park that night was grinning ear to ear, spontaneously breaking into song as they left the park. as in years past, up to 25% of the artists that were in the festival were local, which we are excited about. we had 60 local restaurants this year. that is 98% of the restaurant on site or local. we had a local chocolate maker curate that area, and those were all local restaurants, including candy bar, and i'm not sure of all the other ones. we had 36 wineries all from california, curator by peter eastlake. we added a beer land this year, 16 microbreweries all from california, and 200% were from san francisco proper, which was no easy feat to find -- 25% were from san francisco proper. finally, we've brought back the bari,
the various levels of federal, state and local authorities. as a former massachusetts district attorney myself, i was once at the bottom rung of the information sharing and understand the consequences as an adequate lines of communication. for this reason, my first legislative measure was that signed into law an amendment to the intelligence authorization the entrenched federal authorities to utilize fusion centers and list all of the intelligence capabilities included that of law enforcement to secure the homeland. since then, i've been following the progress of the recommendations set forth in the 9/11 commission and now with regards to intelligence sharing and i am pleased the administration has indicated that effective in for risch and sharing and access throughout the government is a top priority. this all being said, i'm interested in hearing both of the witness panel today on their thoughts and their own recommendations and with that, i yield back the balance of my time. >> we are pleased to have a distinguished panel of witnesses and i would like to introduce them. first we have dougla
is patrick o'sullivan, a resident of north beach, local 22 carpenter. i've worked today about 12 months in the last three years. jobs like this come along and you approve it and we've just got to keep it moving along for us. we need the work. this has already been approved and we're back here again. i think it's good for the whole community, for the working man. that's all i have to say. thank you. >> president chiu: thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon. i'm sarah stocking, i'm here -- today i'm going to wear several hats. i'm president of the jackson square historic district association, which represents both merchants, building owners, and residents of the jackson square area. i'm also a merchant in jackson square, i'm a resident of jackson square, i'm a member of the club, and i am a frequent users of the embarcadero as a runner three days a week. in all of those capacities, we support this project and we urge you to affirm your previous decision. it's a great project, one that the city will benefit from, and that has extremely broad based support. thank you. >> president chiu:
local bank the wells fargo bank is representative of the ways that the banks have been insensitive toward the needs of the poor and scoring a lot of people had in the mortgage policies and we're very social justice oriented. and we also deeply spiritual oriented with the traditional service in that respect but amigo de into what it really means and the text itself a sense as a key ikea that the human transformation of the world and it says that our task is to overcome the condemns of arrogance on the planet and so this is not something that imposed from a berkeley consciousness the score to the jewish tradition and that is why were inviting as many people want different kind of holiday and see many bay area jews not turned off to their dubious some some very different kind of genius >>> out here read your same period and into center to the same thing something has to get to give. and now what i'd get to go. and on to let the people it is to website read it more information on this and embracing the israel and palestine the the/there is not just israel and palestine. the reason for
about america's cup there local business inclusion plan making sure we were hitting our stride and benefitting from america's cup events and hiring local residents in some of the temporary jobs in the staging and signs that are going up i've heard from some members of my community including members of the carpenter's local 22 and the local 510 that perhaps america's cup is not living up to its obligations around the inclusion plan so i want to have a hearing to look at the status of how we're meeting our obligations and making sure we're hiring locals so in the next couple of weeks i'll be having that hearing and i have an announcement about an important event in my district you may remember that on august 7th there was a fire that effected 8 businesses on ocean avenue and these businesses are struggling to get back on their feet lost a lot of you know revenue they are closed down right now so there's going to be a fund raise er this sunday september 30th at the inglesidee, pres church it's going there's an opera singer with an inat the marion /apbd scholar and a winner of the
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from one local airport to another. the lineup of destinations next. president clinton: ts election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republblican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. that's what happened when i was president. we need to keep going with his plan. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. >> and the owner of a woodbridge beauty shop is under arrest night, accused of sexually assaulting a 17-old girl who was applying for a job. he took a teenager to a back room and inappropriately touched her. she was able to get away and call authorities. he is now in jail sarge -- charged with sexual battery. >> d.c. authorities are asking for help finding a man who may be in danger. he was last se
and friends of the 18 year-old killed by local police to to the streets today demanding justice. he was a student at skyline high school and was shot to get back in may by police. officers say they pointed -- he pointed a gun at them. his family says he was wrongly killed. for >> five months of sleepless nights, and that is how long the boy's mother has endured. the pain will not stop because she says she is still waiting to find out exactly what happened the night an officer shot and killed her son. >> they have not even given the report. they have given beat nothing the broken promises. >> i will not stop because this pain will not stop. >> the family says inconsistencies in the stories leave them to believe there has been a cover-up. >> the holidays, his birthday and everything else that we shared as a family, it is all gone. my family is shattered. half my life will never be the same. >> we tried to get a police response but no one was available to speak on saturday. >>vicki: an investigation is under way after a fire completely destroyed a san jose where house. >> the
'm a cornman carpenter local 22 and i also live in the sunset. we've heard a lot about numbers today and i'm reminded of a quote i heard once. it's statistics are like bikinis, what they reveal is suggestive, what they reveal is vital. we heard 31,000. let's say the population of san francisco is 800,000. that puts that number at 4%. and let's talk about that 4%. if you're soliciting signatures at dolores park on a weekend and you have the most detailed accurate, description of what your petition is, you're going to be hard-pressed to have a coherent conversation among the confectionaries and the choice liebations that are overly present at that destination. also, i heard .05% is the amount of the population's going to benefit. i believe that lady was alluding to the future residents. well, hey, i mean there's no way i'm going to be in that demographic, doing what i do but i know that i will benefit from that project, as well as all my brothers and sisters. we make up a much larger percentage of the city than .05%. lastly, one gentleman alluded to this whole idea of, you know, i'll scratch
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